Tesla will not deliver the Model S Plaid on schedule
Tesla will not deliver the Model S Plaid on schedule

The Tesla CEO said it looks like Tesla won't ship the Model S plaid until June 3.

Elon Musk tweeted Saturday that shipments of the carmaker's Model S engraved will be delayed until June 10 as the car needs an extra week of modification time for a final, unintended general reshuffle.

Musk, who is also CEO of SpaceX, tweeted: This car is like a spaceship. Words cannot describe feelings.

The company has been eagerly waiting for the S-Raster since 2019, and Musk tweeted on May 20 that Tesla will be hosting a delivery event at its Fremont, California facility on June 3.

Tesla showed off the Model S network as part of the Battery Day program this past September.

The Model S Plaid is a new high-performance version of the flagship Model S sedan, which has been in production since 2012.

The electric vehicle will have a range of over 835 kilometers, a top speed of 320 kilometers per hour, and acceleration from 0 to 100 kilometers in less than two seconds.

Tesla Model S Plaid:

The S-Raster model made its debut in 2019 when Tesla began testing prototypes on some race tracks around the world.
The price list on the company's website states that the purchase price for the S Plaid is $ 120,000. The S Plaid Plus model starts at $ 150,000.

Musk initially announced engraved versions of the Model S, Model X, and Tesla Roadster in September 2019.

At the time, Musk told tens of millions of Twitter followers that the inscription had been canceled for nearly a year.

The company came under fire when it unveiled the interior design of its Model S in January of this year.

The design includes a new ruffle shape instead of a round one.

Compared with daily use of vehicles, this steering wheel is more suitable for racing tracks. Part of this is due to the steering ratio and the fact that the average driver often has to change hands on the steering wheel.

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